- Kiss My Kunst
- Kiss My Kunst produce bold, curious and somewhat ethereal designs on t-shirts, ties, tote bags, badges and art prints. All Kiss My Kunst designs are completely original and exclusive to this label with screen-prints produced by hand and to order making each item bespoke and unique in its own way! They formulate all art prints & designs through collaboration of their own artwork, photography & image processing techniques allowing for the creation of unique prints and screens which are then individually hand pulled. Many of their photographic subjects are discovered from their own surrounds or inspired by the macabre e.g. family curios, antiques, taxidermy & medical history. Their superior quality t-shirts are carefully selected bamboo mix or 100% organic cotton, Earth Positive garments supported by the Fair Wear Foundation and Soil Association – as such, they present ethical, environmentally conscious apparel manufactured solely using sustainable energy – which appeals to consumers who love to make confident style statements while still making responsible choices .
Friday, 18 November 2011
Shop 'til ya Pop......!
Phew! It's been a busy ol' week at KMK HQ but boy it's been fun!
Still recovering from our second showing at the hotly anticipated STAG 'White Junk' pop-up shop at Korova and what a brilliant day we had.......thank you Toni and Emma for pulling out all the stops once again and bringing Aberdeen another white-hot slice of STAG pop-up goodness!
As well as showcasing our own new designs & new KMK jewellery line (blog post and pics to follow!) we had the chance to mingle and meet with some of our fellow pop-uppers - such as the lovely Kelly McAllister who makes thee most fabulous chain-mail and feather creations......you must check them out! Also had a nosey at Hannah Duncan's rather delicate and beautiful pieces & the very lovely and talented Carolyn Edmondson
Other first time pop-uppers Ashley Morris and Sheena Antoinette Seago has fab displays showcasing an eclectic mix of ceramics and jewellery. Pop-up regular Jaime C Johnstone brought us more of his own creations as well as Nick Von K jewellery and the STAG ladies delivered their own brand Fawnd Of to tantalise Aberdeen's fashionistas!
Another great fashion pop-up enjoyed by all!